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Star Touched Cover Reveal

Ah. The sweet smell of a new book. Just got my galley proof for Star Touched. I think the cover is awesome. What do you think? Fall 2017 The world will never be the same.

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Fire Hot Rescue

“Drop that hose here, Ryan. Hook it up fast. I want to wash off the road and get out of this uniform.” “I hear you. Having to wear the oxygen tanks as well isn’t fair. How did we get stuck … Continue reading

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THE PROPOSAL

Sweat dripped down John’s back, tickling like a stream of little spiders. He hated being hot, but the corporate sauna was the only place where he could work undisturbed. Stripping down to a towel had made it somewhat bearable. He … Continue reading

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THE FOG OF MEMORY

I stare at the old barn through the thick mist. My heart pounds. That barn burned down thirty years ago. Police thought a dropped lighter and moonshine turned that tinder-trap into a lethal blaze. But that wasn’t the cause. I … Continue reading

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Conflagration

Flames tore at the old wooden house, devouring each board and the memories hidden within. Ian stood a good hundred yards from the structure shivering even as heat from the blaze scorched his skin. Emotions swirled in his mind vacillating … Continue reading

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Last Call

Mike stared at the image of Jackie, his friend’s granddaughter, standing down the hall of the burning building. Only the glass on his mask kept him from rubbing his eyes. The figure, unaffected by the thick smoke, waved him deeper … Continue reading

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Fire on the Mountain

I look back and smile as smoke billows up from the distant hillside. A fire in the forest should be frightening, but this one sends a thrill of joy through me. I’m finally free of those bastards. They never even … Continue reading

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